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Renault Moves Export Supply Chain Into the Cloud, Selects GT Nexus
European Automotive Giant Expands Agreement After Successful Pilot

HAMBURG, GERMANY -- (Marketwire) -- 12/05/12 -- GT Nexus announced today that it has been selected by Renault SA to provide one of the European Automotive leaders with a cloud supply chain platform that will support the company's growing expansion into international markets.

Based on a successful live pilot covering the spare parts export supply chain from France to key markets such as Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa, Renault will now roll out its "Easy Tracker" project, enabled by GT Nexus, to all export markets around the world.

As part of the company's "2016 - Drive the Change" corporate initiative, the after sales organization is focusing on the high value spare parts and accessory business. The visibility and control that has been enabled through the GT Nexus cloud supply chain platform will help Renault better serve its fast growing international markets and customers, while reducing inventory and transportation costs.

"The emerging markets are very competitive and Renault wants to guarantee spare parts and accessories availability at the best-in-class level, while reducing safety stocks, inventory, and expediting costs," said Francesca Gamboni, After Sales Logistics Vice President at Renault Group. "GT Nexus is the technology foundation that is helping us achieve our objectives. The ability to have real-time tracking of customer orders and shipments across our value chain is a key enabler."

Renault's spare parts supply chain is highly complex, covering 110 export destinations and 7,000 dealers across Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Central Europe, and Asia. Renault uses a large range of road, air, ocean and express parcel carriers to ship goods to remote markets. Product diversity is high with over 200,000 SKUs sourced from 1,700 suppliers.

"Customer service is vital in competitive export markets. When cars are off the road because of missing parts, our dealers will do whatever it takes to get what they need for their customers," added Ms. Gamboni. "The lack of visibility into orders and inventory in transit can add costs and create unnecessary customer service disruptions across our distribution networks. By providing accurate ETA status in the cloud through GT Nexus, our importers and affiliates now have access to the information they need to operate smoothly. "

"Renault is a marquee global company that is using innovative cloud technology to meet corporate objectives," said Andy Stinnes, EVP, Products and Strategy at GT Nexus. "By bringing supply chain partners, dealers and different Renault divisions together on a common information utility, they are poised to go to the next level with their supply chain. We welcome them to the GT Nexus customer community."

GT Nexus uses a "single version of truth" information model which gives advanced capabilities that go well beyond traditional track and trace software. For example, Renault is able to monitor real time its On-Time and In-Full (OTIF) delivery ratio, from the time products are ordered until they're delivered overseas at the dealership. GT Nexus also enables the Renault logistics team to measure transportation services performance for reliability and variability.

The pilot was completed in the third quarter of 2012 and global rollout is currently in progress.

About Renault SA

Renault manufactures and markets small to midsize cars and light trucks under three brands: Renault, Dacia, and Renault Samsung Motors (Renault holds 80%, Samsung 20%). The company owns Automobile Dacia (Romania's leading automaker) and holds just under half of the Renault-Nissan Alliance (and 43% of Nissan). It also participates in an alliance with Russian car maker AvtoVAZ and helps Germany's Daimlerbuild smart cars. Renault, which has become an international brand, operates nearly 40 manufacturing facilities in more than 15 countries and sells into 118 nations. For more information, visit

About GT Nexus

GT Nexus offers a cloud-based platform that the world's biggest companies use to drive efficiency and agility across the global supply chain. Leaders in manufacturing, retail and logistics services all share GT Nexus as their standard, multi-enterprise collaboration platform. Users operate against a core set of information across multiple supply chain functions to optimize the flow of goods and trade information, from order point to final payment. Customers include Xerox, adidas, Nestlé, DHL, Sears, Caterpillar, Kraft Foods and CNH. For information, visit

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